Harry Potter's graphic designers showcase magical props & posters in new exhibition

The graphic designers behind the much-loved props and posters from the Harry Potter films are set to give fans a fix of magical memories in a new London exhibition.

Design duo MinaLima (Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima) met on the set of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in 2001, where together they created hundreds of unique graphic prop designs for all eight films including the mischievous Marauder's Map, Luna Lovegood's Spectrespecs, Chocolate Frog Cards and more. They're also working on the props for the upcoming Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them films, the first of which will hit cinemas next year.

Since 2012, after the conclusion to Harry's epic journey, MinaLima have been reproducing their favourite props and posters created on set at Leavesden Film Studios (now home to the Harry Potter Studio Tour) as limited edition prints, and now you'll be able to see the stunning collection at The Graphic Art of the Harry Potter Films exhibition at the Coningsby Gallery in London.

You'll find limited edition prints of everything from Quidditch World Cup posters, the Whomping Willow from the Marauder's Map, Ron Weasley's Howler, the intricate Black Family Tapestry and much, much more. And if you fall in love with a particular print or poster or two, you'll be able to buy them too (I'll be leaving my credit card at home in case I'm tempted to buy them all!)

The exhibition is free to attend and will be open until 19 December at Tottenham Street's Coningsby Gallery.

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